Monday, January 30, 2012

UK's Global Warming Office New Figures: No Warming in the Past 15 Years


The supposed ‘consensus’ on man-made global warming is facing an inconvenient challenge after the release of new temperature data showing the planet has not warmed for the past 15 years.

The figures suggest that we could even be heading for a mini ice age to rival the 70-year temperature drop that saw frost fairs held on the Thames in the 17th Century.

Based on readings from more than 30,000 measuring stations, the data was issued last week without fanfare by the Met Office and the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit. It confirms that the rising trend in world temperatures ended in 1997.

Remember 'the science is settled'?

What I'd like to know now is how taxpayers in the developed world go about reclaiming the billions of taxpayer dollars that were and still are literally being stolen from the public purse in the name of this scam.

Brinks, The Great Train Robbery and even Bernie Madoff aren't even in the same league.


louielouie said...

What I'd like to know now is how taxpayers in the developed world go

your comment in this paragraph proves you are racist.
the people you are speaking of are dumber than a sack of hair.
do i need to include the link to kevin bacon asking for another?
they are sheeple for crying out loud.

B.Poster said...

Man made global warming and how to stop it has been the very centerpiece of economic, social, and foreign policy for the United States and possibly much of Western Europe for an incredibly long time. If America and Western Europe are to survive, they simply must rearrange their priorities. Hopefully this report will represnet a positive step toward this process of rearranging our policies in a manner that is far more sensible.

Sara Noble said...

Not only that, it wont' stop them. They'll probably blame the mini ice age on global warming. Or maybe Al Gore will come out with another movie, "Another Inconvenient Truth."

No matter what, it will be man's fault and we will need more sustainability and open spaces to solve the problem.